Bright over the south and east of the country this evening, with further sunny spells. But cloudy, misty, drizzly weather developing elsewhere, will extend to all areas overnight. Lowest temperatures 7 to 10 C., in moderate northwesterly breezes.
Dull and grey for much of Wednesday morning, with scattered patches of mist and drizzle. But drier and brighter in the afternoon and evening, with some sunny intervals developing and with just a few showers over Ulster. Fresher and cooler than today and breezy too. Top temperatures 10 to 16 C., best along the south coast, in moderate to fresh northwesterly breezes.
3 Day Outlook
Wednesday night will be pretty chilly with lowest air temperatures of 3 to 7 degrees, coldest in the East and North where Northwest winds will be blustery. Some showers will affect coastal parts of Ulster but it will be mainly dry elsewhere.
The showers will become more widespread on Thursday but will be most frequent and heaviest over Ulster, North Connacht and North Leinster. There will be good sunny spells also but it will feel cool in a blustery North to Northwesterly wind. Highest temperatures will only range 9 to 14 degrees, mildest in the South.
It will be cold again on Thursday night with some showers continuing in the North, Northeast and exposed Atlantic coasts.
Friday morning will begin showery and blustery in places but will become mainly dry during the day with the winds easing. Sunny spells will develop and it will become warmer with temperatures rising to the mid-teens.
At the moment it looks like the weekend will continue to see daytime temperatures around the mid-teens. Winds will be mainly moderate Northwest decreasing lighter on Sunday. Weatherwise there will be a mixture of sunny spells and some showers, the showers mostly early in the weekend.